University of Toledo Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (14)
The UT campus is very beautiful and active in the summer and fall. There is plenty of activities both on and off campus to keep you busy with a diverse group of people. Most professors are very good, or try their best, keeping a general interest in their students. There isn't much that i honestly would say needs drastically improved. The university is a great place for someone who really wants an excellent education.
I'm currently getting my bachelors in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) from the University of Toledo. I absolutely love this instiution. We may be a small knit community of SLP's but our faculty is always there for us and willing to help and motivate us. I was worried I wouldn't get into any graduate schools but their help I got into four of my five schools. They prepared me to be a competent and professional in the workplace and definitely prepared me for graduate school in the fall.
I'd rate UT very poorly. The school tends to act as if commuters don't exist, despite being a majority. Next to no career advising, courses taught by TAs, very low ROI. No name recognition, facilities falling apart (I know a leaking roof since 2000).
Choosing to attend the University of Toledo has been one of the best decisions of my life. I have made friends I know that I will keep for a lifetime, as well as giving me a wonderful education. I am still enrolled in the pharmacy program, but even with the rigorous class schedule we have I would still recommend it. The professors and advisers openly care about the students and make an effort to remember everyone's name, even in lecture halls of 100 students. There are endless review session and supplemental instruction classes available for anything you can imagine, and the tutors for those also make an effort to get to know you and help you succeed. Aside from academics, there are tons of ways to get involved on campus. The Greek life at UT is very big, and there are clubs for everything. If you aren't interested in a social sorority or fraternity, there are also professional fraternities open to anyone in that profession. These are great for networking and learning more about your career pathway even before you graduate. They provide you with opportunities to further yourself with your major and help you get ahead in your career. Between academic and social opportunities, I would say the University of Toledo can help you achieve all of your college goals. I would definitely recommend applying and coming for a tour!
The University of Toledo was definitely not my first option. While it is only still the first semester of freshman year, I am already planning to transfer because I do not like the school. Many of the professors seem lazy, because most are not teachers and only do research. I feel that they do not care bout the students' success. The campus itself is decent, but Toledo is not a very safe area which is another downside of attending this school. I would highly recommend to schedule a tour/visit before planning to attend here. Based off of my experience, I would not recommend this school to anyone.
I loved my school. It was a great atmosphere and quality education. There was always something to do on campus: sporting events, sponsored activities, etc. The tuition is affordable in comparison to other schools of the same caliber. The one thing I didn't like about the school was the parking, or lack there of. If you plan on commuting, arrive 20-30 minutes early because it may take that long to find a spot.
I highly recommend The University of Toledo! Being that this was my first away from home experience, the campus provided a safe environment with great access to all the resources I needed. When I entered as a freshman, cars were not allowed. Despite the foreseen downfall of that, the city of Toledo has a wonderful surrounding community that offers short walks to nearby hot spots. The education program is superb and provided me with great knowledge. Once I entered the professional program of Early Childhood Education, the class sizes were much smaller and provided me with great ratios where I was able to get one on one attention and teaching. Also, the small class sizes allowed me to build great rapport with both the other students as well as the professors.
The College of Education was a very well rounded program. I attended a variety of classes for elementary education: reading, math, social studies, science, music, art, PE, just to name a few. I have drawn on the knowledge gained over 16 years ago.
There is ZERO job placement at the University of Toledo. They just want your tuition. I now have over 70,000 in school loans and it took me 4 years to find a job in an unrelated field where I can afford my loan payments. If there is anything I would do different I would learn a trade. COLLEGE IS FOR SUCKERS!
As far as education, it really depends on the program. UT has a renowned nursing and pharmacy program while maintaining. Nice business school too.